Portrait Photography by Moritz Fuchs

Beautiful black and white portrait photography by Moritz Fuchs.

Look at these beautiful images captured by photographer Moritz Fuchs. The Berlin, Germany based photographer is mainly doing classic portraits and artistic nudes.

The photographer likes to work with strong constrasts. Most of his portrait photography is based on a black and white color scheme. Below you can see a small selection of his black and white images. For more of photographic his work, I recommend you to check out Moritz Fuchs’ tumblr or visit his Facebook page. Enjoy it!

Black and white beauty photography.
Black and white beauty photography.
Beautiful black and white portrait photography by Moritz Fuchs.
Beautiful black and white portrait photography by Moritz Fuchs.
Beautiful photography of light and dark colors.
Beautiful photography of light and dark colors.
Black and white portrait photography.
Black and white portrait photography.
Portrait photography with a strong  contrast of light dark.
Portrait photography with a strong contrast of light dark.
Portraiture by German photographer Moritz Fuchs.
Portraiture by German photographer Moritz Fuchs.
Work by German photographer Moritz Fuchs.
Work by German photographer Moritz Fuchs.
Work from a photo shoot by Moritz Fuchs, a Berlin, Germany based photographer.
Work from a photo shoot by Moritz Fuchs, a Berlin, Germany based photographer.
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  1. Hey everyone. Here’s a new member’s humble opinion.
    I see here how much “media & modern culture”, booth have impact I our lives (or those in the very portraits of M. Fuchs..) and the changes that the world has been experiencing since, what? 20 years now since internet? 15 or less since Social Media? Really can’t tell about the sum of professional experience of Mr. Fuchs., but maybe even less…?
    To me is part of the first references of the beginning of an age that we’ll have at hand for the record in the future. Is an art that is showing a way into a deeper or further perspective of ourselves. One that has to do with starting the age of “human designing” and the sense of freedom and purpose in it. Not the fear, not the paranoia or whatever distopian argument about it. But the age when we realize that we all are part of everything. And please go beyond the obvious in this. We are.

    Best example of the point in my opinion is looking at the stereoscopic properties of each “model”. The psychological aspects of the “look”. What those pictures are telling about the person and intention expressed, and how they speak to us through the person who design their respective frames.
    I guess I’m talking about aboard contemporary Photography of portraits such as this set right here, keeping in mind they’re composite frames of simply natural people. Young ones expressing in a way a well comprehended sense of identity and caracter. A generation. That’s what I see on this. A need for become aware of what is like to living the life in our days. Taking our very personalities [as “ordinary” or “common” as we are] for subjet in Art. And that is fascinating, isn’t it?
    (Is almost like state-of-the-art Selfies.)
    And that’s so interesting to happen in Art. Perhaps even important?
    Well, good night to all and thanks if you read my [ not very polish English] opinion.
    Salute.

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